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A collection of 16 posts

Two new elements in HideElements for Confluence
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Two new elements in HideElements for Confluence

Welcome HideElements 3.2.0! We love getting feedback and ideas for new features from our users. This release comes directly from a request to add Page History and Attachments in the tool menu to Hide Elements. In addition to the new elements we put some programmer love into HideElements

Welcome HideElements for Confluence 3.0
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Welcome HideElements for Confluence 3.0

Welcome HideElements for Confluence 3.0! Over the past years we have found roughly 3000 Confluence instances around the globe whose users and administrators came to find it incredibly useful to hide some elements in Confluence. If you don’t know HideElements yet, you may want to have a look

The perfect Confluence blog post in 2 steps
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The perfect Confluence blog post in 2 steps

In Confluence it is always possible to share news, new knowledge or interesting facts from your professional environment with your colleagues through blog posts. This knowledge transfer is essential for an effective knowledge management. But how do you get all your colleagues to read these posts? In the standard layout

Lively Theme 3.0 - Say Hello to Custom Elements
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Lively Theme 3.0 - Say Hello to Custom Elements

As you may remember, in Lively Theme 2.0, the “Dashboard page” was introduced. Instead of adding and removing widgets from a configuration interface, the dashboard can be edited just like a page, because it is a page. ;-) Dashboard Page in 2.0Lively Theme comes with a default dashboard

Lively Theme 2.0 - Introducing the Widget Macro
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Lively Theme 2.0 - Introducing the Widget Macro

For a lot of people, the Confluence dashboard is the first page they see when logging into their office computer. Adding widgets to the dashboard is a great way to place meaningful and relevant information in a central place for everyone to view. You can show blog posts, a calendar,

Our add-on Lively Blogs gets new features
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Our add-on Lively Blogs gets new features

(Note: This is a news article regarding our newest add-on Lively Blogs for Confluence. If you’re looking for the documentation, you can find it here). You want to make the most out of your Confluence blog posts by adding teaser images, using prioritization and display them on a stunning

Say hello to Lively Theme for Confluence!
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Say hello to Lively Theme for Confluence!

(Note: This is a news article regarding our newest add-on Lively Theme for Confluence. If you’re looking for the documentation, you can find it here). You love using Confluence? With our newest add-on Lively Theme you can continue using Confluence with its existing functionality and high quality standard -

What's new with HideElements for Confluence?
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What's new with HideElements for Confluence?

(Note: This is a news article regarding the features of HideElements for Confluence. If you’re looking for the documentation, you can find it here). Pages and blog posts in Confluence often seem to have an excessive amount of buttons, meta-information, and comments. At some point you might desire a